BETHESDA, Md. – Dec. 20, 2019 – During this season of festive generosity, Alley Cat Allies is asking for help to save the lives of several cats and kittens through adoption into forever homes. A number of cats and kittens who are currently in foster homes through Alley Cat Allies are waiting to be adopted. Each has a profile online at alleycat.org/take-action/adopt-a-cat/.

“’Tis the season to be jolly, and what could be better than welcoming these beautiful cats into loving homes,” said Becky Robinson, president and founder of Alley Cat Allies. “All of these cats have great personalities and would make wonderful companions to brighten the season.”

For example, there is Cindy Lou Who, who is five months old and hopes that you’ll keep petting her forever. Bam Bam is a beautiful six-month old tabby who loves chin scratches. Earl Grey is a young two-year-old silly boy who loves being with people and sitting on his pillow throne. Snow is a polite, quiet, one-year-old who can’t resist laser pointers and actually sits in her cat bed instead of ignoring it.

All of these cats and kittens are socialized, and some have been found during Alley Cat Allies’ spay & neuter projects. Alley Cat Allies is waiving adoption fees for them through January 1, 2020..

Many more cats and kittens are available at alleycat.org/take-action/adopt-a-cat/. For those who want to help but aren’t yet ready for adoption, Alley Cat Allies is also searching for foster homes year-round.

About Alley Cat Allies

Alley Cat Allies, headquartered in Bethesda, Md., is the global engine of change for cats. Alley Cat Allies is the leading advocacy organization dedicated to protecting and improving the lives of all cats through its innovative, cutting-edge programs. Founded in 1990, today Alley Cat Allies has grown into a powerful force with over half a million supporters. The organization has helped and inspired countless individuals, communities and other organizations to save and improve the lives of cats and kittens worldwide. Alley Cat Allies works with lawmakers, animal shelters and advocates to change attitudes and advance lifesaving policies that best serve the interests of cats. Alley Cat Allies’ website is www.alleycat.org, and the organization is active on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.